Patapsco Days Lecture Series – Ned Tillman
March 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Howard County Library System, HCLS, Miller Branch
Join us in hearing from Ned Tillman about his most recent book, A Good Endeavor, and the process of Saving The Past, particularly via literature. The purpose of the book is to:
- Excite more people to take an interest in their history,
- Encourage readers to learn more about their ancestors, and
- To reveal how our ancestors dealt with the issues of their time with the hope that might gain insights in the challenges that we face today.
Ned Tillman is the author of three books, a keynote speaker, and the creative force behind the Saving the Places we Love campaign. He wants to do whatever he can to give others the tools to save the places they love. He has published two non-fiction books full of ideas and examples of what it takes to accomplish these goals, and a novel to inspire all of us to take action. He speaks to and facilitates groups coming together to save places important to them.
During his career, Ned has provided energy and environmental consulting services to governments and corporations across the U.S. and abroad. He has presented keynote addresses at national conventions, colleges, and for a range of businesses and non-profit organizations. He serves on local, regional, and national boards working to ensure the health and sustainability of our country. Proceeds from his books go toward watershed restoration, climate, and land preservation efforts.
This talk will take place in the Patapsco Room of the Miller Branch Library. Light snacks will be provided. Registration is required.